The St. Louis Cardinals are a team that is well-known for being able to draft and develop some solid young talent.
Much of the credit goes to the team’s scouting director and former lefty reliever Randy Flores.
Flores was a member of the 2006 World Series championship team and stayed in the game after his playing career was over.
That’s when the Cardinals came calling again.
But Flores certainly has to like what he’s seeing in the minor leagues.
Those three prospects are on the long list of Cards prospects who will take part in the Arizona Fall League.
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The Cardinals have to be excited about this long list of prospects.
It’s a good thing they held onto them at the trade deadline instead of trying to trade for Juan Soto.
But to have all these players in the system is a great thing.
To have them all participating in the Arizona Fall League is also quite exciting.
This will give the Cards’ brass a chance to see some of the organization’s top young talent in action during the offseason.
Baseball season never truly ends, especially for the younger players who are trying to find a way onto the scene to show off their abilities.
Walker, Hence, and Wynn are all prospects that the Cardinals’ organization is very high on right now and excited to see in action.
The Fall League will give them that chance to see them.
There’s a lot to be excited about if you’re a Cardinals fan.
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